Since the beginning of the pandemic, HOAX have been commissioning and paying for new work by artists whose practices sit at the intersection of art and creative writing. Visit their website here.
Fringe of Colour Films is an online arts festival showcasing over 40 films made by Black, Brown people and People of Colour filmmakers. The festival runs until the end of August and you can watch it here.
Fuse showcases work by Black, Indigenous, People of Colour creatives, highlighting their practices and sharing anti-racism and petition information. View their website here.
Frieze and Jennifer Higgie have launched 'Bow Down: Women in Art History', a new podcast series about significant women artists from the past who deserve our attention. You can listen to it here.
Vitrine Gallery have launched 'Sounding Off 2.0', an online exhibition of new performative and digital work. You can view the exhibition here.
AirSpace Gallery is running the programme 'Artists Make Change', a new series of artist-to-artist conversations that dig into shared concerns and the pressing issues challenging artists today. You can watch these conversations here.
[Image description: Screenshot from webpage for 'Sounding Off 2.0'. Black background with a network of linked white dots connected by thin white lines in the middle. Various cutout mouths speak out the names of the artists in the show as you hover the mouse over them. Inset of the work appears as you click on a mouth.]